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Dragon Boat Race Charity Event, Northampton, July 2014
Police Challange, Black Belt & Attendance Awards Presentation Evening
The Black Belt & Awards Presentation Evening
... was on 22nd June, We are still collecting but have raised over £1000 for the COPS Charity ‘Care of Police Survivors’.
Can you pass the word, put the info on ‘facebook’ etc and visit…
Master Moss ran a 'Passive Self Defence' session at the Northampton University on Thursday 17th October, one of the participants Faiz Anuar says about the session "CMBBA provides a safe trial session in my University and from the basic skills that I've learnt and done, I'd love to say that it is a very classy and safe place to learn martial arts, and could build self confidence too. It turns everyone into a respectful guy with the mannerism and feels of respect that they teach".
☯ Travelling to and from University late at night
Luckily, for most of us, it’s very safe to walk out and about late at night or take the bus/train there and back. However there are risks so it makes sense to take the following advice to improve your safety and confidence when you are travelling to and from University.
If possible travel with a friend or group of friends.
Stay alert – Keep an eye on everything that is happening around you.
Avoid wearing earphones or chatting on your mobile phone, as this will distract you from your surroundings and you may not see or hear trouble approaching. The sooner you are aware of potential danger, the easier it is to avoid it.
Keep both hands free and don’t weigh your-self down with lots of heavy bags – you need to be able to move easily.
Trust your instincts – If you have a ‘funny feeling’ about someone or something, don’t ignore it, act on it straight away.
Take the route you know best and stick to busy, well-lit streets.
Avoid danger spots like subways, deserted parks and badly-lit areas.
Walk in the middle of the pavement, facing oncoming traffic. This will avoid any cars driving up alongside you as you walk.
Think about your route home. Where would be a safe place to go if something went wrong? Safe places might be busy places like shops or garages, friends’ houses or a police station.
Have your keys ready so you can get into your home or in your car quickly.
If getting into your car, discretely check the rear seats on approach, it has happened that someone has driven off with an un-invited traveller in the back - if so make it look like you have forgotten something before unlocking the door and walk off to report it
Academy get personal best at World Championship UITF London 2013
Three members of the academy entered the championship and really done themselves proud in representing us, the first four pictures gives some of the support from 26 countries and over 600 competitors. Picture five has Mr. Richard Reid on his way to silver place in the team sparring to accompany his bronze in the individaul divison. The last picture has Mr.Richard Reid, Mr. Liam Jones relaxing prior to the event with Donovan Browne keeping an ear on the proceedings (in the middle of them)
Congratulations to all the guy's who attended the first aid course on Saturaday 17th November, the tutors informed us they were very impressed, well done to Emily Orton, Terri Orton, Alexandra Lugg, Nick Lugg, Georgina Bayliaa, Andrew Holliday, Andrew Morland, Gary Powell
Cargin Moss Black Belt Academy Vs Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue
This is a 6month Charity event in three stages, Please give generiously
This is a local event for two national Charities please help us nationally.
Can everyone post through their muti media sites and emails to everyone they know if they could post to all as ANY of us may need the services of these two great bodies at any time, lets raise as much money as possible
A team from the Cargin Moss Black Belt Academy Are being challenged to undertake the National Fire & Rescue Point of Entry test against the clock on 19th November 2011.
The Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue team are being challenged to undertake a Tae kwon-do skills demonstration in January 2012.
The Challenge will conclude with a public event 27th May 2012, at the Picturedrome, kettering road, Northampton. This is where videos of both challenges will be screened, alongside organised challenge related activities for children and community members.
Funds raised through sponsorships and community event tickets sales are being dedicated to Raft and Fire fighters Charity.
Just giving sites are:
(for the RAFT Charity)
(for the Fire Fighters Charity)
To see the Charities who will be receiving the funds
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